2012 Election Results: Where to Watch Online

By TV.com Staff

Nov 06, 2012

This is it, ladies and gentlemen: It's time to pick a new president. The race between President Barack Obama and Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney could go down as one of the closest in U.S. history, and you can be sure there will be plenty of live coverage to choose from, both on TV and online. Most of the major broadcast networks will start broadcasting live at 7pm Eastern / 4pm Pacific, and several outlets will be streaming the results live online. We'll post as many embeds as we can find right here in this story, so you can follow along at home with the coverage of your choice. And don't forget to vote!


Election Night 2012 Live from ABC News and Yahoo News on YouTube

Beginning at 7pm Eastern / 4pm Pacific


CBS News Coverage on Ustream

Beginning at 7pm Eastern / 4pm Pacific


America’s Choice 2012 at CNN

Time TBD at live.cnn.com


Election Coverage at Fox News

Beginning at 8pm Eastern / 5pm Pacific at live.foxnews.com


The Washington Post on Ustream

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  • dwi7890 Nov 07, 2012

    My mothers neighbour is working part time and averaging $9000 a month. I'm a single mum and just got my first paycheck for $6546! I still can't believe it. I tried it out cause I got really desperate and now I couldn't be happier. Heres what I do, Fox92.com

  • fayetvone Nov 07, 2012

    I am surprised at the number of people who are so verbal with Marxist/Socialist agendas. Anti capitalism, redistribution of wealth, forced healthcare, state controlled media, weakened military....when did Americans stop loving freedom?

  • bicelis Nov 07, 2012

    It's funny for me, a non-american, how the word socialism is thrown around like it's a damn crime or a disease or something. Look at countries that have socialist-like policies: Denmark, Norway, Sweden, Finland, Estonia going similar way too - all living 'like a boss' and are friggin happy. Singapore, a meritocracy, even less democracy than those socialist countries, but it has achieved a quality of living higher than USA and one of the best in the world in probably less than half a century. Firm hand of the leader, strong moral guidelines and rules.

    It's like in the US the word capitalism and democracy are shoved in people's faces since birth so they can't help but associate these words with pure goodness and the only right thing to do.

    It is not even a fact that democracy is the best form of governing and free capitalism is the best form of economy. Those are just the current theories in place, that's all. You should question them, look for better ways to handle things. Your enemy Marx theorize that capitalism will eventually fail and be followed by pure communism, which is not the one that existed in Soviet Union or Korea or China or anywhere else yet. Those are misguided forms of communism and most commonly known by the western world as "evil". Marx argued that capitalism is the next form (after feudalism) where the ones who hold capital extort the working class, just in a different form than feudalism, a 'nicer' form. It will explode naturally and collapse once it reaches it's peak.

    We live in countries, communities. That means that for the greater good of the ENTIRE community sacrifices need to be made by all.

  • DinChild Nov 07, 2012

    I wouldn't call what we have freedom. Not even rights. We have civil liberties which can be taken away when and where those in power choose.

  • safibwana Nov 07, 2012

    By anticapitalism, you mean antipoverty.

    By redistribution of wealth, you mean equality of opportunity.

    By forced healthcare, you mean pro-life for those who have already been born.

    By state controlled media you mean pro-education and pro-bigbird.

    By weakened military you mean prepared for modern warfare.

    By stop loving freedom, you mean start loving civil liberties.

    You're welcome.

  • XY Nov 07, 2012

    I was about to throw a dictionary at his face, then saw your post. Thank you.

  • RyanSanders2 Nov 07, 2012

    Sure lot of pro obozo retards on here too

  • RyanSanders2 Nov 07, 2012

    Fox News is the only non corrupt one.. the rest have been bought by Obama

  • Marburg66 Nov 07, 2012

    It's too bad Romney lost then. He could'a bought the rest off of Obama & have all the Infobunnies & Newshounds train their replacements before shipping the networks to China.

  • lucianoabc Nov 07, 2012

    You can do it Obama!

  • silverscreenluv Nov 07, 2012

    I wish the daily show would stream live. I'm visiting extremely conservative relatives who watch Fox News, so I can't watch it :(. I probably won't even know what's going on. O'Reilly will probably be on talking about the post-apocalyptic future Obama will cause if he wins and how gay people are going to take over the world and destroy humanity for the aliens waiting for their long-term sterilization plan to take effect. I'm going to slowly go insane over the course of the evening listening to all of Fox's BS.

  • safibwana Nov 07, 2012

    I'm full expecting Obama to win while Fox News calls it for Romney for at least 3 hours longer than it's all over (if not days or weeks).

  • ShaneLees Nov 07, 2012

    I do not know why I am constantly surprised to hear about people like your relatives. I'm sorry but they're idiots. Sheeple led by Fox News incapable of critical analysis and objective inquiry. People this country would be better off without. And there are so many of them too.

  • XY Nov 07, 2012

    You can watch it on the Daily Show Headlines App and here:



    http://www.comedycentral.com/live-election-night/

  • Montana_Katana Nov 07, 2012

    Sounds like our relatives are related.

    My condolences.

  • TVcom_editorial Nov 07, 2012

    The Daily Show and The Colbert Report should both be streaming live tonight. However, they haven't released embeds (yet?), and you might have to watch directly on comedycentral.com. But they should be there!

  • silverscreenluv Nov 07, 2012

    Thanks.